I am an Assistant Research Professor in Philosophy at the University of Connecticut. The main focus of my research is epistemology, and in particular virtue epistemology, social epistemology, and questions of epistemic normativity. I'm also interested in ethics and feminist philosophy.
Before joining the University of Connecticut I studied for a PhD in philosophy at the University of Sheffield. I defended my thesis, entitled 'Bad Judgement: An Essay in Vice Epistemology', in July 2018. Prior to that, I studied for a BA in Philosophy (also at Sheffield) and an MPhil in Development Studies (at the University of Cambridge).